learning spanish?

have you thought about learning a language?  there is a fantastic school in the village of Vejer where you can either do group classes for a few hours each day, or have individual classes.  La Janda will also help you find cheap accomodation with a family, so its perfect for teenagers wanting to brush up on their spanish or students wanting to learn intensively for a month.  there is also a 2 week course in july and august which combines spanish and flamenco dance – and even courses with horse riding lessons and yoga!

each time we come to spain – things change – this time is no exception.  suddenly we see the rise of a new multi storey car park – which as awful as it sounds, is much needed in an old narrow town 2 km up a mountain – as you can imagine when everybody comes to town for dinner on an evening, parking can be difficult.    vejer is definitely becoming a food destination – last night we tried out vera cruz – originally it was started by a frenchman, who then opened another barbecue restaurant close by, and so it was left empty for a couple of years.  now, it is spanish food with a touch of japanese – affordable small menu, well presented and well cooked.

we planted a few trees 5 years ago in our small courtyard garden, and this year, i just picked our first fig – how satisfying!

andalucia house vejer

One thought on “learning spanish?

  1. Hi Christina! I bet that fig tasted absolutely amazing!

    I’ve long wished to visit your corner of Spain and you make it so tempting with you suggestions of places to stay (including your own beautiful pad!) and eat. When time and money permit we’ll be going!

    Best wishes, mrsbris


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